Monday, 26 October, 2020

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https://ncase.me/trust/ https://explorabl.es/ REWRITE Adaptations, remixes, and mashups are related in that they take existing materials and repurpose them. But technology and digital culture has opened up new and creative avenues to explore and experiment with these techniques. But questions of Read more…


A ‘meme’ is a virally-transmitted cultural symbol or social idea. But what is it about memes leads to the level of virality? Why are we so attracted to making and sharing (and sharing and sharing and sharing) memes? Suggested Readings Read more…


Blogging is dead! Long live blogging! Description In the early 2000s, the end of the “.com” era saw the rise of “Web 2.0” as a loosely defined trend in online content generation where everyday users — not traditional media producers Read more…


#1reasonWhy #YesAllWomen #NotAllMen #GamerGate #NotYourAsianSidekick #Ferguson #IfTheyGunnedMeDown #BlackLivesMatter #ConcernedStudent1950 These words with #’s in front of them aren’t just collating social media content around specific interests. Instead, these conversations and their participants come to think of these more like an Read more…


Description The animated GIF is a form of digital image that is almost 30 years old, but recent years have seen its resurgence through popular use in social content sites like Tumblr and Reddit. In this mission, students research the Read more…


The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the increasing number of devices that can connect to the Internet and communicate with each other. While the Internet began as a series of computers connecting to other computers, it expanded to connect Read more…


Digital technology supports the creation, the recording, and the distribution of audio media by individuals without requiring access to recording studios and radio broadcast stations. Hardware innovations, such as MP3 players, the iPod, and smartphones, have made possible the ability Read more…


Augmented Reality (AR) is a digital medium that presents information about users’ surroundings on devices such as smartphones, tablets, and smartglasses. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines AR as both “an enhanced version of reality created by the use of technology to overlay Read more…


Our phones track our location and habits. Our watches measure our heart rates and how many steps we take. Do we know what happens to that data? How do we measure issues of privacy versus issues of public health and Read more…


YouTube.com was founded in 2005 and quickly became a leading force in the surge of so-called “Web 2.0” culture that hit a peak with Time Magazine naming “You” the 2006 person of the year. YouTube has gone on to provide Read more…

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